Lehigh Global Social Impact Fellows work to develop positive health outcomes in the West African nation.
Recognized among the nation’s premier research universities, Lehigh offers a rigorous academic community for over 7,000 students.
Engelbert ’86 ’23P, WNBA Commissioner and former Deloitte CEO, delivered the 12th lecture in the Donald M. Gruhn ’49 Distinguished Finance Speaker Series.
Reichmanis, a member of the National Academy of Engineering, will serve as the Anderson Endowed Chair in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
New residential housing construction project aimed for the growth and development of the southwest corner of campus.
Marty Baron ‘76 and Michael Smerconish ‘84 discuss the future of Journalism in their old stomping ground, Linderman Library.
Students create crane-inspired models in their Arms, Wings and Mechanical Things class.
The HST Building will be home to our new College of Health.
Students embrace their Lehigh pride at a rally during first-year orientation.
Lehigh students interning in Jordan during the summer engage in hands-on archaeological work.
Students in Professor Melpomene Katakalos class work on art projects in their Set Design class in the Mountaintop studio.
The Crochet Coral Reef project is on exhibit at the main gallery of the Lehigh University Art Galleries.
Lehigh@NasdaqCenter is an academic partnership between Lehigh and the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center that launched in January 2017.
The Lehigh-Lafayette football game meets for the 155th time in college football's most-played rivalry.
A new Parklet is up in front of Roasted on 4th Street in South Bethlehem, built by Lehigh’s Engineers Without Borders and Professor Pooley’s Lehigh Valley Parklets team.
The annual International Bazaar highlights and celebrates the global identities and perspectives at Lehigh and from our local community.
The “Purposeful Curiosity” class visits the Art Galleries to discuss collections.
Donors and scholarship recipients forge bonds through their love of Lehigh.
A peek inside newly renovated Chandler-Ullmann Hall, one of Lehigh’s most distinguished buildings.
Lehigh’s Beekeeping Club aims to raise awareness for environmental sustainability.
The new Grind@FML, located in the E.W. Fairchild-Martindale Library, serves as a spot for students to eat, hang out and do work.
The Iacocca International Internship Program combines real world experiences and cultural immersion.
Professor Larry Snyder teaches students how operations research and machine learning protect vital supply chains.
Professors Ting Wang and Eric Baumer recently received NSF career awards for their engineering research.